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.68 Caliber Paintballs Are the Standard Size Used by Most Paintball Guns. Here We Offer the Best Quality Recreational & Premium Grade .68 Caliber Paintballs on Sale for Cheap Prices

Paintballs come in various sizes and sometimes it can be confusing which size you will need for your gun.  If you’re not sure which size paintball your gun uses, .68 caliber is the most common and is very much the standard.  This is the size used by 90% of all paintball guns, played with in paintball tournaments and at most commercial fields.  Here is a great selection of excellent quality recreational and premium grade .68 caliber paintballs to choose from...
.68 Black Rubber Training Balls (Bag of 500).68 Black Rubber Training Balls (Bag of 500)
.68 Clear Paintballs (Box of 2000).68 Clear Paintballs (Box of 2000)
.68 Clear Paintballs (qty. 500).68 Clear Paintballs (qty. 500)
.68 Target Balls (Bag of 100).68 Target Balls (Bag of 100)
AG1 Mag Fed Grade Paintballs .68 CalAG1 Mag Fed Grade Paintballs .68 Cal
AG1 Mag Fed Grade Paintballs .68 Cal Bottle (500 ct.)AG1 Mag Fed Grade Paintballs .68 Cal Bottle (500 ct.)
Graffiti Paintballs (2000 ct.)Graffiti Paintballs (2000 ct.)
Infinity Paintballs (2000 ct.)Infinity Paintballs (2000 ct.)
Karnage Bite Field Grade Paintball (2000 ct.)Karnage Bite Field Grade Paintball (2000 ct.)
Karnage Burn Recreational Paintballs (2000 ct.)Karnage Burn Recreational Paintballs (2000 ct.)
Karnage Rip Tournament Grade Paintballs (2000 ct.)Karnage Rip Tournament Grade Paintballs (2000 ct.)
Karnage Tear Premium Grade Paintballs (2000 ct.)Karnage Tear Premium Grade Paintballs (2000 ct.)
Redemption Pro Paintballs (2000 ct.)Redemption Pro Paintballs (2000 ct.)
Tiberius First Strike Paintballs (100 Rounds)Tiberius First Strike Paintballs (100 Rounds)
Tiberius First Strike Paintballs (40 Rounds)Tiberius First Strike Paintballs (40 Rounds)
Valken Crusade Paintballs (2000 ct.) (Out of Stock)Valken Crusade Paintballs (2000 ct.) (Out of Stock)
Valken Fate Paintballs (2000 ct.)Valken Fate Paintballs (2000 ct.)
Valken Zombie UV Paintballs (2000 ct.)Valken Zombie UV Paintballs (2000 ct.)

If you're buying a new paintball gun and the size is not specified, you can pretty much safely assume it's a .68 caliber marker; most paintball guns use this size paintball.  This is one of the advantages of using this size marker; .68 caliber paintballs are readily available, fairly cheap and easy to find in most sporting goods stores, gun stores and all over the internet.
 
To make things even more confusing, there are several different grades of .68 caliber paintballs to choose from.  These include recreational or field grade, premium and tournament grade.  Pick the grade based on how much you are willing to spend and how accurate you need your shot to be. 
 
If you're just practicing or playing recreationally, choose a cheaper, lower grade ball.  Recreational or field grade .68 cal paintballs may not be as consistent, but they get the job done when precision isn't as important.  To save money, these are best bought from your local sporting goods store or paintball field so you don’t have to pay shipping costs.
 
Higher grade .68 caliber paintballs (premium and tournament grade) cost a bit more, however are higher quality and much more consistent in size and shape.  They also have a thinner, more fragile shell, ensuring they will break upon impact every time.  These are best for use in tournaments or if you have a professional competition paintball marker that requires a high, premium grade paint. 
 
Some brands of .68 caliber paintballs also offer a winter formula.  These paintballs have a thicker, more viscous paint inside, as well as a sturdier shell to hold up under colder temperatures.  Winter formula .68 caliber paintballs allow you to continue to enjoy playing even in freezing climates so you can continue to play all year round.  Few companies produce these, however they are good quality and fairly cheap priced.
 
You will also notice there are many different brands of .68 caliber paintballs to choose from.  Even though some similarities exist, different manufacturers use slightly different formulas in their shell and paint - causing them to behave differently in different brand paintball markers.  Trial and error is the key to finding which .68 caliber paintball brand works best with your particular gun. 
 
At ChoicePaintballGuns, we carry a large selection of .68 caliber paintballs; all are high quality and a good choice.  We feel confident you will be satisfied with any brand we have in our store.  Try a different brand until you find the best balance between cheap price and accuracy for your marker.  Please note, we do not accept returns of paintballs unless they are defective.  Also, we cannot always guarantee color choice; if you must have a specific color, please contact us before purchasing so we can check availability.

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